After the texting debacle, Rebecca attempts to recover by pursuing a case she thinks will bring her closer to Josh.After the texting debacle, Rebecca attempts to recover by pursuing a case she thinks will bring her closer to Josh.After the texting debacle, Rebecca attempts to recover by pursuing a case she thinks will bring her closer to Josh.
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It's been two weeks since the "break-in" at Rebecca's apartment, and Josh has not been in contact with her at all, making her think that perhaps she has lost him forever this time. Even though Paula's latest scheme to get Rebecca and Josh together, which involves Rebecca telling Josh that she has started dating an old colleague from Harvard, does have the intended promised effect of getting the two of them together for dinner, it doesn't quite turn out the way Paula had envisioned. However, Rebecca, Paula and Mrs. Hernandez simultaneously come up with a brainchild for which they just have to flesh out the details: Rebecca has to manufacture something for which she will be Josh's lawyer, so that they would have to spend time together. Rebecca comes up with a legal issue which she doesn't even have to manufacture, and that would play up to Valencia's thirst for Josh to make more money. While the case expands into ways Rebecca did not envision for good and bad, she finds that there are unlikely bedfellows working against her. Meanwhile, Darryl is still fixating over what White Josh's hug and kiss on his cheek meant. In that fixation and learning a bit more about White Josh, Darryl also can't help but fixate on if his bromance with White Josh is more than just a bromance from his own perspective. —Huggo
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